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Assessing community reintegration in adolescents and young adults with spinal cord injury: A Delphi study
The ability for adolescents and young adults (YA) with spinal cord injury (SCI) to reintegrate into the community and become contributing members of society is constantly challenged by both internal and external factors. ...
Social and contextual (dis)advantages: The intersection of four risk factors on perceived risk for HIV transmission among African American women living in the Southern United States
Using the Health Belief Model and Cultural Ecology as a framework, this study sought to analyze HIV risk perceptions and reported sexual behaviors among African American women to inform prevention interventions to reduce ...
"I can't even walk, you're expecting me to climb a mountain?" An exploration of service providers perception of vulnerability among individuals experiencing homelessness
Those experiencing homelessness (IEHs) are more likely to have more health issues, more unmet health needs, higher occurrences of excess morbidity and mortality, have less control over manageable chronic health conditions, ...
Knowledge, attitudes, and perceived academic preparation related to HIV/AIDS among health science university students in North Texas
In 2008, approximately 33.5 million people lived with HIV globally. Healthcare practitioners must provide culturally competent services to those infected. Universities can prepare 21st century health science students to ...